In this week’s Ketchup, we’re treated to a bunch of
Knight pics, as well as news of
Michael Hall‘s role, and
Alien vs. Predator 2 gets a new name. Also,
Jessica Biel under contract to reveal, and
The Golden Compass stirs the
pot of controversy. Read on!
This week’s most popular news:
A Great Big Eyeful of
Dark Knight Images!
Howdy, Bat-fans! Excited for The Dark Knight yet? Of course you are, and
IESB knows it — which is why they’ve posted a slew ("slew" being, in this case,
a fancy way of saying "19") of images from the film!
Anthony Michael Hall’s
The Dark Knight Role Revealed?
Hey, it’s been a couple of days — why not do an item about possible Dark
Knight spoilers? You know you want ’em, and IGN Movies — reporting on a
HollywoodChicago story — has ’em!
Alien vs. Predator 2 Gets Snazzy New Title
In a move that is certain to make millions of moviegoers more excited about
seeing the film, 20th Century Fox has announced that it’s changing the title of
Alien vs. Predator 2 to Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem.
The Golden Compass Pointing Toward Controversy?
Magic-loving moviegoers who have thrilled to the twists and turns of such tween-friendly
literary adaptations as
The Chronicles of Narnia and the
Potter series will have their pick of sorcerous films this fall, including
Seeker: The Dark Is Rising and
The Golden Compass. Plenty of
controversy, too, if the past is any indication — and oh look, here’s some
Jessica Biel Strips Down for
We’ve heard plenty on no-nudity contracts, but this is one of those rare
instances of reports on the exact opposite.
Jessica Biel has signed a contract
that specifically states (down to some rather exact details) how much she will
bare for her next movie,
In Other News:
is planning to adapt and direct Lone Survivor, a drama about
Marcus Lutrell, a Navy Seal who became the only survivor of a raid in
New Line Cinema has acquired New York State of Mind, a Margaret
Nagle-scripted film that will be produced by Arnold and Anne Kopelson.
Rachael Leigh Cook,
Michael Leydon Campbell will star in the romantic comedy Bob
Funk, with Craig Carlisle making his directorial debut.